D.H. Lawrence Music Festival 2023 supporting Broxtowe Women’s Project

The D.H. Lawrence Music Festival takes place this year on Saturday 9 September across Eastwood, Nottingham.

Broxtowe Women’s Project are delighted to be a chosen charity for the event, alongside Eastwood Memory Café.

The multi-venue music festival runs from 2-11pm, with free entry. With 11 stages, there will be over 100 solo, duos and bands playing throughout the day ranging from folk, country, rap, rock, punk and acoustic.

In the run up to the event, there is a competition taking place to win a bar tab at a festival venue on the day. You can enter the competition here.

Broxtowe Women’s Project will be at the Tap and Growler at 2pm for the performance by Romy. Romy will be performing a song written about domestic abuse, as well as one on the topic of suicide – with World Suicide Prevention Day taking place on Sunday 10 September.

All venues will have information on BWP’s work, as well as donation points for both chosen charities.

For an event map and further details, visit the D.H. Lawrence Music Festival Facebook page.

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